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    Went to track today 1/4

    Was wondering are my times right for my mods or driver mod.

    13.2 @ 102




    06 WRX - FMIC, TBE, V2 tuned, Coilovers, and 255's
    Tuned at 250hp-348tq


    Also saw some nice cars


    R32 Skyline in background
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    06 WRX limited- Cobb t-back/accessportV2 -17x9 Emotion- Eibach Coilovers System
    250hp/348tq Topspeed tuned by Scott Seigal
    13.2 -102mph
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    That sounds about right for a 2.0L with those mods. My experience though is that I ran slightly faster with the same hp and 100 less ft lbs of tq. I could see a little more room for improvement in that 60 ft. One of your mods may be hurting you too.

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    2.5 yeah the FMIC, im trying to get a VF right now so.
    06 WRX limited- Cobb t-back/accessportV2 -17x9 Emotion- Eibach Coilovers System
    250hp/348tq Topspeed tuned by Scott Seigal
    13.2 -102mph
    Hawk-eye Alliance #131

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    Yea, that's a good run.
    I work on vehicles that make 650hp and 2400ft/lbs.

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